Unsettled weather pattern 

Posted: 6:03 am Wednesday, September 26th, 2018

By Kirk Mellish

Higher than normal rain chances our heading our way for a couple days but plenty of dry hours to go around as well not all day rains.

No widespread severe weather is expected although a strong storm is possible afternoon or evening the next couple days.

High moisture content in the air means showers will be prolific rain makers where they do occur providing some heavy downpours in some areas.

As of this writing the heaviest and most persistent and widespread rain is expected in the mountains.

Limited sunshine the next few days with highs mostly in the low to mid 80s and overnight lows in the upper 60s to low 70s.

The rain chance does not go to zero on the weekend but it does go down a lot.

Next week looks drier as the fronts coming our way dissipate or are replaced by weak high pressure and possibly a weak mostly dry wedge.

FLASH FLOOD WATCH IN DARK GREEN THROUGH THURSDAY EVENING:

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LATE WEDNESDAY SURFACE WEATHER CHART:

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SURFACE WEATHER CHART THURSDAY MORNING:

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SURFACE WEATHER CHART THURSDAY EVENING:

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FRIDAY MORNING SURFACE WEATHER CHART:

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FLOOD RISK OUTLOOK WEDNESDAY:

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RAINFALL AREA AVERAGE ESTIMATE WEDNESDAY/WEDNESDAY NIGHT:

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AREA AVERAGE RAINFALL ESTIMATE THURSDAY/THURSDAY NIGHT:

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RAINFALL AREAL AVERAGE ESTIMATE FRIDAY/FRIDAY NIGHT:

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3-DAY ACCUMULATED RAINFALL ESTIMATED AVERAGE:

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